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Green frog investments ltd has just been gazetted(26/6)for liquidation owning £ 1.8m. My personal company, green frog fuel ltd is owed £500k.
While under protection of the court, the landlord terminated the lease and issued a new lease to a neighbour Regroup ltd. They are being obstructive in attempts to show prospective buyers of the assets around and the opinion is that there is collusion with the landlord to retain the assets without payment.
I am looking at a way to take legal action against the landlord for wrongful termination of the lease, possibly in collusion with Regroup and make a claim for damages(£1.8m?).
Does the breach of a court order constitute 'contempt of court' and if so, does this transgression lie with the court itself or the Official Receiver to take the action. This is significant because of the costs involved.